Maybe you’ve hit an impasse in your life – something has changed or maybe you’ve realized that you have some patterns that aren’t serving you anymore.
Eve provides a warm, caring environment in which to support clients in rebalancing, reframing, and cultivating understanding about themselves and their needs in order to triumph over life’s challenges and past traumas, reduce suffering, and build quality lives.
Eve has worked with a variety of clients and enjoys empowering them to find within themselves their innate wisdom and ability to heal and move through difficult times and old patterns that no longer serve them.
She believes that no one is “broken,” but that, through support, we can learn new skills, metabolize our traumas/wounding and integrate their lessons, and find ways to align ourselves with our deepest values to feel more whole and cultivate joy and meaning in our lives.
Eve is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) in WA state and graduated cum laude with a Master of Social Work, with concentrations in Mental Health Counseling and Addiction Studies from Northwest Nazarene University in 2014. She is also a registered yoga teacher (RYT-200) and teaches weekly trauma-informed yoga classes.
Eve is trained in a variety of treatment approaches with a main approach in somatic/body-focused Somatic Experiencing, as well as other embodied interventions including mindfulness training, meditation, breathwork, and yoga, which she integrates into talk therapy in order to offer integrative healing for holistic mind-body-spirit wellness.
Eve enjoys hiking, backpacking, camper-vanning, photography, veggie gardening, video games, reading, sleeping, being with her husband and 2 corgis, traveling, snorkeling, and language learning.